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Daisie Rainey

Daisie Glenn Weller Rainey, 97, of Columbia, died peacefully on Aug. 21, 2004, at The Bluffs.

Graveside services for Daisie Rainey were held at 11 a.m. today (Wednesday) at Fairview Cemetery in McFall, Mo., on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2004. Arrangements were by Roberson-Polley Funeral Home in Albany. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions honoring Mrs. Daisie Glenn Rainey be made to Fairview Cemetery, c/o J.C. Crawford,

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Holcomb-Deary engagement announced

The wedding will be held in Corsicanna, Texas, on Dec. 11.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Holcomb of Coffey would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Sierra Louise to Clinton Lee Deary. Clinton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Deary of Forney, Texas. The wedding will be held in Corsicanna, Texas, on Dec. 11.

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Winston First Baptist hosts blood drive

The First Baptist Church of Winston is hosting a blood drive from 3-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31.

The First Baptist Church of Winston is hosting a blood drive from 3-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31. It will be held in the fellowship hall of the church. The goal is 30 units or more.

Please call Betty Jo Goodwin at 663-3866 to schedule a time to donate. If you can’t

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Three people injured in separate accidents

According to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol, two women received minor injuries in an

accident on Hwy. 69

According to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol, two women received minor injuries in an accident on Hwy. 69, six miles north of Cameron in Daviess County, at about 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 24.

The accident occurred as Lori Smith, 42, Jamesport, was northbound, failed to negotiate a

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Plans for Chautauqua underway

Daviess County Veterans Walk of Honor will be one of the highlights of the 19th annual Daviess County Chautauq

The dedication of the Daviess County Veterans Walk of Honor will be one of the highlights of the 19th annual Daviess County Chautauqua, set for Sept. 17-18-19 on the Gallatin square. The dedication of the memorial project will be held following the Chautauqua parade.

This memorial to Daviess County veterans has

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Trial set, change of venue granted to Bailey on 9 misdemeanors

Michael Bailey will be tried on Oct. 7 in Livingston County

Michael Bailey, the former Gallatin police officer acquitted of 27 felony statutory rape and sodomy charges in May, will be tried on Oct. 7 in Livingston County on six misdemeanor charges. A change of venue to Caldwell County was approved for three other misdemeanor charges. The trial was set and venue change approved by Judge Brent Elliott during a

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Driver Exam Station in Kingston relocates to Hamilton

The Driver Examination Station in Kingston will move from the Caldwell County Court House to the Hamilton City Hall.

The Driver Examination Station in Kingston will move from the current

location at the Caldwell County Court House to the Hamilton City Hall

building. The Hamilton City Hall is located at 200 S. Davis in

Hamilton. Testing will be conducted on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each

month. The testing

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Terin Humphrey strikes silver…again!

Former Albany resident Terin Humphrey captured her second silver medal of the 2004 Athens

Olympic Games

Former Albany resident Terin Humphrey captured her second silver medal of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games over the weekend by finishing runnerup in competition in the uneven bars.

Humphrey, who lives in Blue Springs and trained at Al Fong’s Great American Gymnastics Express, is the daughter of Steve and Lisa Humphrey and granddaughter of

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Mother Nature has her way; softball opener postponed

Weather permitting, Gallatin’s new season opener will be on the road tomorrow (Thursday) at

Smithville

Even before rains canceled Tuesday’s softball game against Milan, Gallatin R-5 coach Jeremy Hobbs only had four or five starting positions nailed down for what was to be the season and home opener for the Lady Bulldogs.

“Some of our returning starters have been busy at the state fair and didn’t have enough practices, so

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